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Contents List

Personal Files 1925-1945

This series primarily contains personal and family correspondence. In addition, there are legal and financial documents and files related to memberships and affiliations. Correspondents include Holland's Bartow law partner, W.F. Bevis; G.B. "Gabby" Knowles; his wife, Mary Holland; and his brother, Frank Holland. There is also a file pertaining to the genealogy of the Spessard Family. Files are arranged alphabetically.


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1 Bevis, W. F. (Law Partner), Kiwanis. 1927-1928
1 Boy Scouts of America Flaming Arrow Council. 1935-1939
1 Correspondence - Friends. 1936-1942
1 Genealogy, Spessard Family. 1928-1930
1 Goldthwaite, George E. (taxes, Lake Placid). 1926-1945
1 Groover, Katherine. 1936-1937
1 Groover, Morgan K., Estate of. 1938
1 Groves. 1937-1938
1 Highland Park Club Charter. 1927-1928
1 Holland, Frank R. 1930-1939
1 Holland, Mary. 1934-1937
1 Johnson and Brown, Inc. - Stock Shares. 1928
1 Kiwanis Club Correspondence. 1926-1939
2 Knowles, G.B. "Gabby" - American Legion. 1931-1939
2 Leonard, L.E. (land purchase). 1926-1936
2 Lewis, Frank H. (mortgage). 1925-1931
2 Library, Floridiana (book dealers, libraries, etc.). 1929-1939
2 Licenses, Attorney. 1933-1937
2 Wilson, Borden. 1934-1939


Miscellaneous Correspondence 1927-1940

This series is comprised of chronological files of personal and business papers, including personal correspondence, legislative papers, and legal documents. Although the majority of Holland's legislative files from his tenure in the Florida State Senate can be found in subsequent series within the collection, it should be noted that some legislative correspondence has been intermixed with the personal and business papers found within this series. Files are arranged chronologically.


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2 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1927-1930
2 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1930
2 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1930
3 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1931
3 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1932
3 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1932
3 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1933
3 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1933
4 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1933
4 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1933
4 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1934
4 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1934
4 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1934
5 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1935
5 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1936
6 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1936
6 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1936
6 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1937
6 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1937
6 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1938
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1938
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1938
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939
7 Personal, Legislative, Legal, etc. 1939-1940


Florida Senate - Chronological Correspondence 1933-1939

Chronological files of Holland's correspondence during his term in the State Senate (1932-1940). Files are arranged chronologically by year and then by month.


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8 March. 1933
8 April #1. 1933
8 April #2. 1933
8 April #3. 1933
8 April #4. 1933
9 May #1. 1933
9 May #2. 1933
9 May #3. 1933
9 May #4. 1933
9 June. 1933
9 March. 1935
9 April #1. 1935
10 April #2. 1935
10 April #3. 1935
10 April #4. 1935
10 April #5. 1935
10 April #6. 1935
10 May #1. 1935
11 May #2. 1935
11 May #3. 1935
11 May #4. 1935
11 April #1. 1937
11 April #2. 1937
12 April #3. 1937
12 April #4. 1937
12 May #1. 1937
12 May #2. 1937
12 May #3. 1937
12 June. 1937
13 March. 1939
13 April #1. 1939
13 April #2. 1939
13 May #1. 1939
13 May #2. 1939
14 May #3. 1939
14 May #4. 1939


Florida Senate - Legislative Files 1928-1940

This series contains the correspondence, legislation, and subject files from Holland's tenure in the State Senate. Of particular interest are files related to the Cross Florida Barge Canal, Alberto Camero and the gambling investigation, the Everglades National Park, communism, the University of Florida, labor issues such as strikes and child labor, and Sen. Robert L. Black's fight with Holland in the Senate. There are numerous files pertaining to chain stores and the Florida Recovery Act, the Florida School Code, taxation, and the citrus industry. Correspondents include several politicians and well-known figures in Florida, including Fred P. Cone, Duncan U. Fletcher, Peter O. Knight, Phil May, Nathan Mayo, Claude Pepper, J. Hardin Peterson, John Ringling, and David Sholtz. Files are arranged alphabetically.


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15 Advertising Committee, Governor's All-Florida. 1935-1937
15 Advisory and Planning Board. 1934
15 Agricultural Exemption for Social Security. 1933-1937
15 Agricultural Experiment Stations. 1933
15 Agricultural Extension Service. 1933-1938
15 All-Florida Protective Association. 1934-1935
15 American Bar Association, committee regarding admissions to. 1933-1938
15 Appropriations. 1933-1940
15 Attorney General, Assistant to. 1936
15 Auburndale Charter Amendment. 1939
15 Aviation. 1931, 1939
15 Bar Association, Florida State. 1930-1938
15 Bartow Charter. Not dated
15 Beer Bill and Prohibition. 1933-1934
15 Beer Bill and Prohibition. 1933-1934
16 Beer Bill and Prohibition. 1933-1935
16 Bill #259 (Wholesaler Trucking). 1939
16 Bills (Miscellaneous Legislation). 1935, Not dated
16 Black Incident (Sen. Robert L. Black fight with Holland). 1939
16 Camero, Alberto (Investigation). 1933-1937
16 Canal, Cross Florida. 1933-1939
16 Canneries. 1938-1939
16 Case, H.C. 1934-1936
16 Century of Progress Exposition. 1932-1933
16 Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1935
16 Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1936
16 Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1937
16 Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1938
17 Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act). 1939
17 Chain Stores (Florida Recovery Act) Miscellaneous Information. 1935-1939
17 Chamber of Commerce, Florida State. 1935-1938
17 Chamber of Commerce, Florida State. 1938-1940
17 Child Labor Amendment. 1936-1939
17 Citrus - Advertising. 1935-1937
17 Citrus - Bond of License. 1935-1937
18 Citrus - Color Added Matter. 1935-1937
18 Citrus Commission. 1935-1937
18 Citrus - Control Committee. 1936-1937
18 Citrus - Field Box Legislation. 1933-1939
18 Citrus - Garrett, Chas. A. 1938
18 Citrus - Grapefruit. 1937-1939
18 Citrus - Growers Clearing House. 1931-1935
18 Citrus - Inspection Service (Bill 701). 1937-1939
18 Citrus - Legislation. 1930-1940
18 Citrus - Marketing. 1937-1939
18 Citrus - Marketing Act. 1935-1939
18 Citrus - Miscellaneous. 1932-1937
19 Citrus - Miscellaneous. 1937
19 Citrus - Miscellaneous (Reports). 1938
19 Citrus - Miscellaneous. 1939
19 Citrus - Miscellaneous. 1939
19 Citrus - Miscellaneous. 1937-1940
19 City Charters, Senate Committee. 1935-1937
19 Communism. 1935-1939
19 Cone, Fred P. (Governor). 1937-1938
19 Conservation, Board of. 1935-1938
20 Council of State Government. 1937-1940
20 County Budget Commission. 1933
20 Criminal Code. 1937-1939
20 Criminal Court. 1935
20 Debt Refunding. 1934
20 Debt Refunding. 1934
20 Democratic Executive Committee. 1932-1938
20 Driver's License Legislation. 1939
20 Dry Cleaning and Laundry Law. 1939
20 Education Association, Florida. 1935-1939
20 Egg Legislation. 1933
20 Emergency Relief Administration, Florida. 1934-1935
21 Engagements. 1929-1931
21 Engagements. 1932
21 Engagements. 1933
21 Engagements. 1934
21 Engagements. 1935
21 Engagements. 1936
21 Engagements. 1937
21 Engagements. 1938
22 Engagements. 1939
22 Everglades National Park. 1931-1937
22 Fair Trade Act, Florida. 1937-1939
22 Federal Housing Administration. 1934-1935
22 Fertilizer. 1933-1935
22 Fertilizer. 1933-1935
22 Fertilizer. 1937
22 Fish and Wildlife Hunting Regulations. 1933-1939
22 Fletcher, Duncan U. 1935-1936
23 Forest Service, Florida. 1933-1938
23 Foster, Stephen (Memorial). 1939
23 Freeze in Florida. 1934
23 Frost Service. 1936-1938
23 Fuller's Florida Letter. 1935-1940
23 Gubernatorial. 1932-1936
23 Guthrie, J.B. 1938-1939
23 Haines City. 1939
23 Historical Records Survey. 1937-1938
24 Historical Society, Florida State. 1935-1939
24 Hodges, William C. 1934-1935
24 Holland, Margaret or Mary (Attache Matter - Senate). 1936
24 Homestead Tax. 1934-1935
24 Industrial Commission, Florida. 1939
24 Insurance Legislation - General. 1932-1939
24 Insurance Legislation - Title. 1932-1937
24 Jackson Day Celebration. 1937-1938
24 Judges (Legislation). 1933-1935
25 Knight, Peter. 1932-1935
25 Knight, Peter. 1936-1939
25 Labor Troubles. 1937
25 Laird, Hervey. 1932-1936
25 Lake Hatchineha. 1935-1937
25 Lake Placid - Minority Report. 1933
25 Lakeland - Gulf Canal Co. 1933-1934
25 Legislation - Miscellaneous. 1930-1939
25 Library, State of Florida. 1935-1939
25 Liquor Laws. 1937
25 Marketing Bureau, Florida. 1934-1939
25 May, Phil. 1934-1939
26 Mayo, Nathan. 1933-1939
26 Medical Association, Florida. 1935
26 Municipalities, Florida League of. 1933-1938
26 Murdaugh Matter. 1933
26 National Advisory Committee, World's Fair. 1937-1940
26 National Economic League. 1931-1936
26 National Recovery Act (NRA). 1933
26 Neutrality Act. 1939
26 Orange Festival. 1939
26 Pensions. 1933-1938
26 Pensions. 1939
27 Pensions Bill - Dozier. 1935-1936
27 Pepper, Claude. 1938-1939
27 Peterson, J. Hardin. 1934-1939
27 Planning Board, Florida. 1935-1937
27 Plant Board, Florida. 1933-1939
27 Politics. 1928-1931
27 Politics. 1932
27 Politics. 1932
27 Politics. 1933
27 Politics. 1936
27 Polk County Budget Commission. 1935
27 Polk County Democratic Platform. 1934-1935
27 Polk County Schools. 1935-1936
27 Port St. Joe Centennial. 1938
28 Proposed New Legislation. 1933
28 Proposed New Legislation. 1937
28 Proposed New Legislation. 1938
28 Proposed New Legislation. 1939
28 Public Utilities. 1933
28 Railroads. 1932
28 Redistricting, Judicial Courts. 1935
28 Ringling, John. 1937
28 Road Department. 1932-1935
28 Road Department. 1936-1939
29 Road Department. 1937-1939
29 Rutherford, Sam. 1936-1939
29 Salary Buying Bill. 1939
29 School Code. 1938-1939
29 School Code. 1938-1939
29 School Code. 1938-1939
29 School Code. 1939
29 School Code. 1939
30 School Code - Correspondence. 1938-1940
30 School Code - Expenses. 1939
30 School Legislation. 1933
30 School Legislation. 1934-1935
30 School Legislation. 1937
30 Schools - Correspondence. 1935-1939
30 Seminole Indian Association. 1935-1937
30 Senate Correspondence. 1939
30 Sessions, George W., Sr. 1933-1935
30 Sholtz, David (Governor). 1933-1934
30 Sholtz, David (Governor). 1935-1936
31 Slot Machines. 1937-1939
31 Social Legislation. 1935
31 Social Security Act. 1936-1937
31 Social Security Act. 1937
31 Soil Conservation. 1939
31 Strikes. 1933
31 Supreme Court, Florida. 1930-1939
31 Swearington, John J. 1933
31 Taxation. 1933-1936
31 Taxation. 1939
32 Taxation. 1939
32 Taxation. 1939
32 Taxes, Intangible. 1939
32 Taxpayers Association, Florida. 1934-1938
32 Tuberculosis. 1933-1940
32 Unemployment Compensation, Florida. 1937-1939
32 University of Florida. 1935-1936
32 University of Florida. 1937-1938
32 University of Florida. 1939
32 University of Florida - Correspondence with Dr. Tigert. 1932-1933
33 University of Florida Experiment Station (Plant Board). 1937
33 Welfare - Florida State Board of Public Welfare. 1935-1939
33 Welfare - State Board of Social Welfare. 1935-1938
33 Workmen's Compensation Act. 1931-1933
33 Workmen's Compensation Act. 1934-1937
33 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Florida. 1935-1938
33 World Court. 1932
33 WRUF Radio Station, University of Florida. 1933-1939


Campaign Files - General 1931-1964

This series primarily is comprised of material pertaining to Holland's campaigns for the Florida Senate. In addition, there is a small amount of papers related to campaigns for election to the U.S. senate, although researchers should note that the majority of the U.S. Senate campaign files are currently housed at Florida State University in Tallahassee. Included in this series are campaign activity files, news clippings, campaign correspondence, mailing lists, lists of key men and women in the state, support correspondence, and congratulatory letters. Files are arranged chronologically. Papers related to the Gubernatorial campaign in 1940 and the U.S. Senate campaign of 1946 can be found in subsequent series within this collection. Although there are no files related to the 1958 primary race against Claude Pepper, there are some political support files pertaining to this race in the Senatorial Papers 85th Congress 2nd Session series. In addition, the Claude Pepper Collection at the Florida State University has several files related to this election.


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34 Campaign Correspondence. 1931-1933
34 Campaign Correspondence. 1934
34 Congratulations. 1936
34 Congratulations. 1936
34 Miscellaneous. 1936
34 Miscellaneous (Lists, Clippings, etc.). 1936
34 Newspaper Clippings. 1936
34 Support Correspondence. March 1936
35 Support Correspondence. April 1936
35 Support Correspondence. May 1936
35 Activities, Political Campaigns. 1956
35 Miscellaneous. 1964
35 Newspaper Endorsements. 1964


Gubernatorial Campaign - Correspondence 1936-1940

Correspondence pertaining to the gubernatorial election in 1940. The correspondence deals with campaign support, key men and women in cities and counties, solicitation for appointments to state positions, scheduling appearances, etc. Correspondents include several politicians and well-known figures in Florida, including Charles O. Andrews, Harold Colee, LeRoy Collins, R.A. Gray, Sid Herlong, Phil May, Allen Morris, Claude Pepper, J. Hardin Peterson, A.G. Shands, Bob Sikes, John J. Tigert, and Park Trammell. Other correspondents include family members, friends and business partners including Mary Holland, Frank Holland, W.A. McRae, and W.F. Bevis. There is a special "Colored" file for African American supporters and issues. Files are arranged alphabetically.


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36 Aa-Ak. 1939-1940
36 Adams, Neal (Gainesville). 1940
36 Albury (Key West). 1940
36 Al-Ale. 1940
36 Alf-Am. 1939-1940
36 Allen. 1939-1940
36 Allen, W.P. 1939-1940
36 Andrews, Charles O. 1940
36 An-Ap. 1939-1940
37 Ar. 1940
37 Arnold, Carrie (Pensacola). 1940
37 Arnold, W.P. (Tallahassee). 1940
37 Arthur, Thomas L. (Miami). 1940
37 As-Az. 1940
37 Ashley, J.G. (Don). 1940
37 Auchter, Geo. D. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
37 Axleroad, Benjamin (Miami). 1940
37 Ayers, Willard. 1940
37 B-Bai. 1940
37 Bailey, Howard S. (Chipley). 1940
37 Baird, L.R. (Venice). 1940
37 Baker, John. 1940
38 Baker, John H. 1940
38 Bak-Ban. 1939-1940
38 Ballenger, John (Lakeland). 1940
38 Bar-. 1940
38 Barco, Mrs. W.M. 1940
38 Barnett, R. Ira (Lakeland). 1940
38 Bas-Baz. 1939-1940
38 Baxter, E.G. (Gainesville). 1939-1940
38 Baynard. 1939-1940
39 Be-Bek. 1939-1940
39 Bel-Ben. 1939-1940
39 Bell, Kenneth. 1939-1940
39 Ber-Bez. 1939-1940
39 Bi-. 1940
39 Bigham, S.C. 1940
39 Bl-. 1939-1940
40 Blair, Alexander (Lake Placid). 1940
40 Boa-Boo. 1940
40 Bohanan, W.J. (Lakeland). 1940
40 Bor-Boz. 1940
40 Boring, Arthur R. (Plant City). 1940
40 Bowe, S.J. (Orlando). 1940
40 Bowman, S.H. (Clermont). 1940
40 Boyd, M.M. (Ft. Myers). 1940
40 Boyette, J. Ancil. 1940
40 Boynton, H. Grady (Canal Point). 1940
40 Br-Bre. 1939-1940
41 Branch, Drew (Tallahassee). 1939-1940
41 Bri-. 1939-1940
41 Bright, James H. (Miami). 1940
41 Bro-. 1939-1940
41 Brock, Clifton. 1940
41 Brooker, W.C. 1939-1940
41 Brooks, Charles A. (Orlando). 1940
41 Brorein, Carl D. 1940
41 Brown. 1940
41 Brown, Earl W. 1939-1940
41 Brown, Mrs. Sam (Miami). 1940
42 Bru-Bry. 1939-1940
42 Bryant, Thomas W. (Lakeland). 1939-1940
42 Bua-Burg. 1939-1940
42 Burk-Burks. 1940
42 Burnett-Burt. 1940
42 Burritt, R.E. (Tampa). 1940
42 Burton-Bus. 1940
42 Bussy, J.R. (St. Petersburg). 1938-1940
43 Butler, J. Turner (Jacksonville). 1940
43 Butler, Thomas W. 1940
43 Butler-Butts. 1940
43 Butt, Nixon. 1940
43 Byrd, C.Y. 1940
43 Byrd-Byrne. 1940
43 Ca-Can. 1940
43 Caldwell, Stafford. 1940
43 Campbell, Ophelia. 1939-1940
44 Caq-Car. 1940
44 Carter, William C. (Kissimmee). 1940
44 Casey, Victor. 1940
44 Casler, E.B., Jr. 1939-1940
44 Cas-Caz. 1939-1940
44 Ce-Cg. 1939-1940
44 Chandler, Luther. 1939-1940
44 Chase, Randell (Sanford). 1939-1940
45 Chastain, Charles. 1939-1940
45 Chatham, C.T. 1940
45 Chillingworth, C.E. (West Palm Beach). 1939-1940
45 Church, J.E. (Panama City). 1939-1940
45 Ch-Ck. 1940
45 Cl-Cr. 1939-1940
45 Cl-Cr. 1939-1940
45 Clarke, Senator S.D. 1940
45 Clements, Archie (Tarpon Springs). 1940
45 Clements, Jim. 1940
46 Coa-Cok. 1939-1940
46 Codrington, C.C. 1940
46 Colbert, N.A. (Sanford). 1940
46 Colee, Harold. 1940
46 Collier, Dr. M.A. (Wauchula). 1940
46 Collins, C.R. 1939-1940
46 Collins, LeRoy. 1939-1940
46 Collins, Vivian. 1940
46 Col-Com. 1939-1940
46 Colored (African American). 1940
46 Con-. 1939-1940
47 Conely, T.W., Jr. (Okeechobee). 1940
47 Conner, Virgil H. (Orlando). 1940
47 Coo-. 1939-1940
47 Cook, D. William (Miami). 1940
47 Coon, I.S. 1939-1940
47 Cop-Coz. 1939-1940
47 Copeland, D. Graham and Paola. 1940
47 Coulter, Henry B. 1940
47 Cox, James A. (Miami Beach). 1940
47 Cr-. 1939-1940
48 Crawford, Dolly M. 1940
48 Crawford, Geo. G. (Doc). 1940
48 Crawford, Warren (Merritt Island). 1940
48 Creekmore, Dr. G.R. 1940
48 Creswell, Mrs. Norma. 1940
48 Crofton, L.C. (Titusville). 1940
48 Cu-Cy. 1940
48 Curry, C.H. (Quincy). 1939-1940
48 Da-Dan. 1939-1940
48 Dar-Daz. 1939-1940
48 Daugherty, Ralph E. (Senator Charles O. Andrews office). 1939-1940
48 Davis. 1939-1940
49 Day, L.J. 1940
49 De-Dem. 1939-1940
49 Denison, E.O. 1940
49 Den-Dez. 1940
49 DeVeer, Frank. 1939-1940
49 Di-. 1940
49 Do-. 1940
49 Douglas, H.B. 1940
50 Dowling, R.L. 1940
50 Dr-Dt. 1940
50 Duncan, J. Reynolds (Orlando). 1940
50 Dunn, Eula E. (Pomona). 1940
50 Du-Dz. 1940
50 Ea-Ed. 1939-1940
50 Edwards, Ray O. 1940
50 Ee-Em. 1940
51 Ellis, Sam. 1940
51 En-Eo. 1939-1940
51 Ep-Es. 1939-1940
51 Et-Ez. 1939-1940
51 Ezell, Rev. H.L. (Wildwood). 1939-1940
51 Fa-Fd. 1940
51 Farrior, J. Rex (Tampa). 1939-1940
51 Faulk, John Hughey (Chipley). 1939-1940
51 Fe-. 1940
52 Fi-Fm. 1939-1940
52 Fo-. 1939-1940
52 Fr-. 1940
52 Franklin, J.A. (Ft. Myers). 1939-1940
52 Freeman, W.A. (Tampa). 1940
52 Frohock, J.A. 1939-1940
52 Fu-Fz. 1939-1940
52 Fuller, M.B. 1940
53 Fuller's Florida Letter by Walter Fuller. 1939-1940
53 Fullerton, Geo. I. (New Smyrna Beach). 1939-1940
53 Fusillo, Paul (Clearwater). 1940
53 Futch, Eli (Gainesville). 1940
53 Ga. 1940
53 Gaddy, R.L. (Tallahassee). 1939-1940
53 Gardiner, W.J. (Daytona Beach). 1940
53 Ge-Gh. 1940
53 Getzen, J.C., Jr. 1940
53 Getzen, Samuel Wyche (Gainesville). 1940
53 Getzen, Thompson H. (Dade City). 1940
54 Gi. 1940
54 Gibbs, Elva. 1940
54 Gillis, D. Stuart (Defuniak Springs). 1939-1940
54 Gl-Go. 1939-1940
54 Goldthwaite, George (New York). 1940
54 Goodwin, W.C. (Chipley). 1940
54 Gra-. 1939-1940
55 Grace, H.L. (Graceville). 1940
55 Graham, Ernest R. (Hialeah). 1939-1940
55 Gray, R.A. 1939-1940
55 Gray, W.L. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
55 Gre-. 1939-1940
55 Green, Alfred (Daytona Beach). 1939-1940
55 Greenholph, Captain Jos. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
55 Gri-. 1940
55 Grimes, Glenn (Bradenton). 1939-1940
56 Gro-Gz. 1940
56 Gross, George G. (Tallahassee). 1940
56 Guyton, Charles M. (Marianna). 1940
56 Ha-Hal. 1939-1940
56 Hagler, Conner (Pensacola). 1940
56 Hall, M. Lewis (Miami). 1939-1940
56 Hallman, Roy. 1939-1940
56 Ham-. 1940
56 Hamilton, C. Rupert (Milton). 1939-1940
57 Han-. 1939-1940
57 Hankins, Maxwell. 1940
57 Harb-Harp. 1939-1940
57 Hardesty, Homer. 1940
57 Harris. 1940
57 Harris, Lester (Orlando). 1939-1940
57 Harr-Harz. 1940
57 Hart, P. John. 1940
58 Has-Haz. 1939-1940
58 Hatton, Bob. 1940
58 Hatton, L. Alex (Bradenton). 1940
58 Hatton, Rondo (Hollywood). 1940
58 Hazen, Alph A. (Orlando). 1940
58 Hazen, Purvis (Brooker). 1940
58 Hea-Hem. 1938-1940
58 Heaton, Wendell C. (Tallahassee). 1940
58 Hector, H.H., and H.B. Fultz (Miami). 1939-1940
58 Helfenstein, Charles P. 1940
58 Hen-Hez. 1939-1940
59 Herlong, A.S., Sr. (Leesburg). 1940
59 Hethcox, Hartley H. (Umatilla). 1940
59 Hia-Hik. 1940
59 Hiatt, P.N. (West Palm Beach). 1940
59 Hicks, J.A. 1940
59 Hil-Hiz. 1940
59 Hildreth, J.K. 1940
59 Hilburn, Senator S.J. (Palatka). 1940
59 Hill, William L. (Gainesville). 1939-1940
59 Hitchings, C.E. 1940
60 Hoa-Hoi. 1940
60 Hodges, T.R. 1940
60 Hol-. 1940
60 Holbrook, F.M. (Panama City). 1940
60 Holland, Frank L. 1940
60 Holland, Frank L. - Copies. 1940
61 Holland, Mary. 1940
61 Holloway, C.C. (Florida Poultryman and Stockman). 1940
61 Holt, George E. (Miami). 1940
61 Hom-Hou. 1940
61 How-Hoz. 1940
61 Howell, P.B. 1940
61 Hu-Hul. 1939-1940
62 Hum-Hz. 1940
62 Humphrey, Mac. 1940
62 Hunt, J.H. (White Springs). 1940
62 Hurst, J.T. 1940
62 Hyde, Bolivar H. (St. Petersburg). 1940
62 I-. 1940
62 Ingle, J.P. (Jacksonville). 1940
62 Ja-Jd. 1939-1940
62 Jackson, Omar (Tampa). 1940
62 Je-. 1939-1940
62 Jennings, Mrs. W.S. 1940
62 Ji-Joh. 1940
63 Johnson, Hunter (Jacksonville). 1940
63 Johnson, Steve E. (Lake Butler). 1940
63 Johnson, W.H.S. (Crescent City). 1940
63 Johnson and Johnson. 1939-1940
63 Joh-Joi. 1936-1940
63 Jones, Claud. 1940
63 Jones, Judge W.R. (Ft. Lauderdale). 1940
63 Joo-Jz. 1940
64 Ka-. 1940
64 Kanner, A.O. (Stuart). 1940
64 Kea-Kei. 1939-1940
64 Keisacker, Frank T. (Coral Gables). 1940
64 Kel-Kez. 1939-1940
64 Kia-Kin. 1939-1940
64 Kio-Kiz. 1940
64 Kl-Kn. 1939-1940
65 Knowles, G.B. (Bradenton). 1939-1940
65 Ko-Kz. 1939-1940
65 La-Lam. 1939-1940
65 Lambright, E.D. (Tampa). 1940
65 Lamme, Vernon. 1939-1940
65 Lan-. 1939-1940
65 Lanier, Belton (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
65 Lanier, J.C. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
65 Lanier, W.B. (Jacksonville). 1939-1940
65 Lao-Laz. 1939-1940
65 Lavin, John S. 1939-1940
65 Lay, E.T. (Jacksonville). 1937-1940
66 Lea-Lee. 1939-1940
66 Ledbetter, Chas. B., Jr. 1940
66 Lef-Lez. 1940
66 Lehmann, Karl (Tavares). 1940
66 Leitner, Sumter. 1940
66 Leonard, Capt. H.L. 1940
66 Li-Ln. 1939-1940
66 Lloyd, John U. (Ft. Lauderdale). 1940
67 Lloyd, N.D. (Belle Glade). 1940
67 Lo-. 1939-1940
67 Lo-. 1939-1940
67 Love, James T. (Quincy). 1940
67 Lowry, General Sumter L. (Jacksonville). 1940
67 Lu-Lz. 1940
67 Mac-. 1939-1940
67 MacCanon, Vivien I. (Alva). 1940
68 Mack, E.L. 1939-1940
68 Mahorner, Sue (WPA, Jacksonville). 1940
68 Mar-. 1939-1940
68 Marks, Paul H. (Miami). 1940
68 Mas-Mat. 1939-1940
68 Mason, Ernest (Pensacola). 1940
69 Massey, Frank (Dade City). 1940
69 Mattocks, J.E. (Orlando). 1940
69 Mau-Maz. 1940
69 May, Phil S. 1939-1940
69 Maynor, Wm. H. 1940
69 Mayo, Nathan. 1939-1940
69 Mc-McCl. 1939-1940
69 McArthur, Hugh. 1940
69 McCarty, Dan (Ft. Pierce). 1939-1940
69 McCo-McD. 1939-1940
70 McDonald, H.L. (Orlando). 1939-1940
70 McDonald, W.R. (Exec. Secretary, Southern Governors' Conference, Atlanta). 1940
70 McE-McI. 1940
70 McKay, Kenneth I. (Tampa). 1940
70 McK-. 1940
70 McL-. 1939-1940
70 McRae, W.A., Jr. 1939-1940
70 McM-McZ. 1939-1940
71 Me-Mh. 1939-1940
71 Mears, Patrick H. (Tallahassee). 1940
71 Melton, G.T. "Doc". 1940
71 Messer, James, Jr. 1940
71 Mi-Mil. 1939-1940
71 Miller, Dr. V.H. 1940
71 Milton, John. 1939-1940
71 Milton, Lawrence R. 1939-1940
71 Mim-Miz. 1939-1940
71 Minton, O.C. 1939-1940
72 Moa-Mon. 1940
72 Monroe, George W. 1940
72 Moo-Mop. 1939-1940
72 Moon, Dr. W.B. 1940
72 Moor, Frank D. (Tallahassee). 1939-1940
72 Mor-. 1939-1940
72 Morgan, Keith (New York). 1940
72 Morris, Allen. 1940
72 Morrow, Chas. J. 1939
72 Mos-Moz. 1939-1940
72 Mu-Mz. 1939-1940
72 Murphy, Henry G. (Zolfo Springs). 1938-1940
73 Na-Ne. 1940
73 Newell, J.P. 1940
73 Ni-Nz. 1939-1940
73 Nicholson, Delmar. 1940
73 Nicholson, Ralph (Tampa). 1940
73 Oa-Or. 1939-1940
73 Odom, Ralph. 1940
73 Ohlinger, Fred A. (Ocala). 1940
73 Oliver, Mrs. J.C. (Punta Gorda). 1940
74 Os-Oz. 1939-1940
74 Overman, C.H. (Bagdad). 1940
74 Owenby, Carl (Tallahassee). 1939-1940
74 Owenby, Carl (Tallahassee). 1940
74 Pa-Paq. 1939-1940
74 Par-. 1939-1940
74 Parish, Theodore D. (Vernon). 1940
74 Parker, Fred P. (Mayo). 1939-1940
74 Parker, Robert (Tallahassee). 1940
75 Pat-Paz. 1939-1940
75 Patience, Roy (Crescent City). 1940
75 Pea-Pei. 1939-1940
75 Peacock, Judge. 1940
75 Peacock, Sam C. (Umatilla). 1940
75 Peeples, J.H. (Moore Haven). 1940
75 Pel-Pez. 1939-1940
75 Perkins, Frances (Washington, D.C.). 1940
75 Peterson, J. Hardin. 1940
75 Petteway, Lewis W. 1940
75 Pettyjohn, J.W. (Jacksonville). 1940
76 Pf-Pi. 1939-1940
76 Pj-Po. 1939-1940
76 Powell, Tate, Jr. 1939-1940
76 Pr-Prin. 1939-1940
76 Prit-Pz. 1939-1940
77 Purvia, Mae. 1939-1940
77 Q. 1939-1940
77 Ra-Rd. 1940
77 Ramsey, Ernest (Key West). 1940
77 Raney, George P. (Tampa). 1940
77 Re-Rg. 1939-1940
77 Rh-Ri. 1939-1940
78 Rh-Ri. 1939-1940
78 Rice, S.E. 1940
78 Roa-Rod. 1940
78 Roa-Rod. 1940
78 Roberts, Q.I. (Green Cove Springs). 1940
78 Robbins, Bruce (Tampa). 1939-1940
78 Roe-Roo. 1939-1940
78 Rood, E.D. 1939-1940
78 Rop-Ros. 1940
79 Rot-Roz. 1940
79 Rp-Rz. 1940
79 Ruble, Dr. J.L. (Orlando). 1940
79 Sa-. 1940
79 Sarra, Lamar. 1940
79 Saxon, Frank (Brooksville). 1940
79 So-. 1940
80 Scott, T.T. 1940
80 Se-. 1940
80 Sellers, Tim (Leesburg). 1940
80 Senna, Charles, Jr. (Graceville). 1940
80 Sha-. 1940
80 Shackleford, T.M., Jr. 1939-1940
80 Shands, A.G. (Jacksonville). 1940
80 Sharit, Joe L. (Port St. Joe). 1940
80 Shaw, Lynn E. 1940
80 She-. 1940
80 Sheldon, Raymond. 1940
80 Shelley, Paul. 1940
81 Shi-. 1940
81 Sho-Shz. 1940
81 Sie-Sim. 1940
81 Sikes, Bob (Crestview). 1940
81 Sims, E.D. 1940
81 Sims, V.A. 1940
81 Sn-Sl. 1940
81 Sm-. 1940
81 Smith - A to K. 1940
81 Smith - A to K. 1940
82 Smith, Claude H. 1940
82 Smith, Eldridge. 1940
82 Smith, Hill A. 1940
82 Smith - L to Z. 1940
82 Sn-So. 1940
82 Snedigar, Louis F. (Miami). 1940
82 Sp-Ss. 1940
82 Sta-. 1940
83 Ste-. 1940
83 Stevens, Wallace (Hollywood). 1940
83 Stewart, Chas M. 1940
83 Sti-Sto. 1940
83 Stinson, W.I. 1940
83 Str-Stz. 1940
83 Su-Sz. 1940
83 Su-Sz. 1940
83 Ta-Tap. 1940
83 Tar-Taz. 1940
84 Taylor, Clyde (Jacksonville). 1940
84 Taylor, J.T. (Lake Placid). 1940
84 Te-. 1940
84 Texada, J.A., Jr. (Gainesville). 1940
84 Th-. 1940
84 Th-. 1940
84 Thrasher, Charles S. (Daytona Beach). 1940
84 Ti-. 1940
84 Tigert, John J. (Gainesville). 1940
84 Tilden, W.L. (Orlando). 1940
84 Tippetts, William B. (St. Petersburg). 1940
84 Toa-Toz. 1940
84 Tobb, E.G. (Avon Park). 1940
85 Tr-Tt. 1940
85 Trammell, Park (Blountstown). 1940
85 Treadway, Chester B. (Orlando). 1940
85 Treadwell. 1940
85 Tu-Ture. 1940
85 Tully, C. Ray. 1940
85 Turn-. 1940
85 Turnbull, T.T. (Daytona Beach). 1940
85 Turner, C. Davis (Marianna). 1940
85 Tut-Tz. 1940
85 U. 1940
86 Uman, Morrice S. (Tampa). 1940
86 Underwood, Herbert (Palatka). 1940
86 V. 1940
86 V. 1940
86 Valdes, Albert C. (Winter Garden). 1940
86 Vaugh, W.G. 1940
86 Versaggi, John (St. Augustine). 1940
86 Wa-War. 1940
86 Waff, Aubrey L. (Williston). 1940
86 Wal-Walk. 1940
86 Walden, J. Irvin (Sarasota). 1940
86 Walker, Donald (Orlando). 1940
86 Wall-Walz. 1940
86 Wand, J.B. 1940
87 War. 1940
87 Ward, C. Fred (Winter Park). 1940
87 Warren, Cecil (Miami). 1940
87 Warren, Miles (Chipley). 1940
87 Warren, Miles (Chipley). 1940
87 Warwick, G.W. (Coral Gables). 1940
87 Was-Waz. 1940
87 Washburn, Harry. 1940
87 Watson, J. Tom (Tampa). 1940
87 Watts, Olin E. (Jacksonville). 1940
87 We-Wek. 1940
87 Weeks, Inman W. 1940
88 Wel-Wer. 1940
88 Wells, Mrs. J. Ralston. 1940
88 Wes-Wez. 1940
88 West, T. Franklin (Milton). 1940
88 Wha-White. 1940
88 White, Joe S. (West Palm Beach). 1940
88 Whitf-Wiz. 1940
88 Wia-Wik. 1940
88 Wila-Wilk. 1940
89 Will-. 1940
89 Williams - A to G. 1940
89 Williams - H to Z. 1940
89 Williams, Boyce A. (Tavares). 1940
89 Williams, George B. (St. Petersburg). 1940
89 Wils-. 1940
89 Wilson, Dudley S. (Ocoee). 1940
89 Wilson, Joseph T. (Milton). 1940
89 Wilson, Woodrow D. (Titusville). 1940
89 Wim-Wiz. 1940
89 Wirt, Theron E. (Tampa). 1940
90 Woa-Wood. 1940
90 Wooda-Woz. 1940
90 Worthington, Mrs. Bert. 1940
90 Woodward, C.C. 1940
90 Wr-Wz. 1940
90 Wright, Frank. 1940
90 Y. 1940
90 Yearwood, J.R. (Miami). 1940
90 Yon, James W. (Bill). 1940
90 Yon, Terrell. 1940
90 Yonge, J.E. (Miami). 1940
90 Young, C.W. (Lake City). 1940
90 Z. 1940

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